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Tag: Serge Crevecoeur

Belgian Players Abroad

Strong performance for Hans Vanwijn against Gravelines and Serge Crevecoeur

Last week, Hans Vanwijn established his record in LNB against Pau-Lacq-Orthez. This week against Gravelines-Dunkerques, Serge Crevecoeur‘s team, he recorded another strong performance: 16 points, 5 rebounds and 1 assist in 23 minutes. Dijon is still undefeated in Jeep Elite with a 4-0 record. For Gravelines-Dunkerque and Serge Crevecoeur, the start of the season is…

Transfers

Former Spirou player joins Serge Crevecoeur and signs with Gravelines-Dunkerque

Quincy Ford will sign with Gravelines-Dunkerque, Serge Crevecoeur‘s team for the 2020-2021 season. Ford played with Spirou Charleroi in 2018-2019, when Serge Crevecoeur was Brussels’s coach. In EMBL, he averaged 11 points, 6.7 rebounds and 1.8 assists in 26 minutes. In 2019-2020, he joined the Bundesliga BBL and the Crailsheim Merlins. He averaged 10.5 points,…

TIB

Serge Crevecoeur signs a new deal with Gravelines-Dunkerque

Serge Crevecoeur will remain Gravelines-Dunkerque’s coach. The club confirmed that he signed a 2 year deal with the French club. Crevecoeur left Brussels to join Gravelines-Dunkerque last year. With the pandemic, the Jeep Elite decided that there will be no promotion/ relegation and Gravelines will still play in Jeep Elite next season.

EMBL

Some changes at Brussels

Head Coach Serge Crevecoeur is out and will finish the season with Gravelines (France D1). Assistant Coach Monier will finish the season in charge of Brussels. Jonathan Augustin-Fairell has also left the club. To replace him they have acquired 2m01 tall Forward Jordan Tolbert. Tolbert will enter his 4th season as a Pro after spending last season…

EMBL

What holds the future for Brussels Basket?

We all know that the phoenix rises from the ashes of its predecessor… but what about the Brussels’ Phoenix? It’s been 2 weeks since Head Coach Serge Crevecoeur announced his departure of the club at the end of the season. An announcement which left Brussels Basketball reeling and which very likely could mean the end of the club in EuroMillions…

EMBL

Brussels Basket dropping out of EMBL?

Sad news for Brussels Basketball. Not only did Serge Crevecoeur announce that he will be leaving the club at the end of the season, but it seems like the club will take a step back from EuroMillions Basketball and will rejoin #TDM1 in the 2020-’21 season, leaving the already flailing league with only 9 clubs (and that is only if Liège manages…